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Pyjama party in Reception!

13 November 2014

As the Reception children were looking at ‘night and day’ as part of the topic ‘Life’, (and also because they were learning the phonemes ‘n’ and ‘d’!), they finished off the week with a pyjama party.

First the children got dressed into their pyjamas independently then they had popcorn, hot chocolate, danced and even made a dinosaur world using the light from an overhead projector.  They took turns to go into a darkened room and used torches to find hidden objects then they switched off the torches to see just how dark it gets!  We had a whole class discussion about our night time routines and why it is important to brush our teeth, after which the children used their toothbrushes to brush their own teeth.  Finally, Mr Farthing came to read them a night time story. The children seemed to have lots of fun and strangely enough were only disappointed that they didn’t actually go to sleep at school, maybe next time!